Dream of Bad Mango

MEANING: Dream of bad mango indicates that opening yourself to love and to what has to happen will be the only thing you can do from now on. Sedentarism could soon play tricks on you unless you get your act together. Your personal experience will guide someone. You have the list of whims to overflow but lack the money. You will know exactly what to do and what to say.

SOON: Dream of bad mango expresses that you tend to be extremely immoderate in your actions and attitudes. You have a tendency to focus on only one aspect of your life and leave the rest alone. Accepting things as they are is your outstanding debt. Life is magical and never ceases to surprise you, but only sometimes you seem to want to realize. Many changes continue to occur within your home environment.

FUTURE: Dream of bad mango expresses that someone will tell you how much he likes you and that reaffirms your ego. The events around you will be positive, especially in work or study matters. You will do your best to free yourself from everything that bothers you, irritates you, limits you. You may notice a person who you might like at least in some way. If you have a partner you will like to write poems or have romantic details.

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Dream of a mango symbolises that someone will tell you how much he likes you and that reaffirms your ego. The events around you will be positive, especially in work or study matters. You will do your best to free yourself from everything that bothers you, irritates you, limits you. You may notice a person who you might like at least in some way. If you have a partner you will like to write poems or have romantic details.

ADVICE: Pay attention to a pending thing that you must finish at all costs. You can do it if you want to because everything is in your favor.

WARNING: You must take care of yourself and not let others have so much power over you. Do not refrain from manifesting your fears and insecurities.

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